Tim Lewis

Sports Anchor

Tim Lewis
Tim Lewis
Sports Anchor
Tim Lewis is the weekend sports anchor and sports reporter for KOMO 4 News.

Tim joined the team in July 2012, but he's not new to the area. The son of long-time KOMO 4 News co-anchor Dan Lewis, Tim grew up in Woodinville and attended Washington State University.

Before coming to KOMO, Tim spent time in Spokane, Yakima and the Tri-Cities, so he's now worked in every market in Washington.

A passionate Cougar fan, Tim loves watching and playing sports, especially golf and hockey.

In his spare time, Tim enjoys hanging out with family and friends, traveling, watching movies and finding new music to jam out to.

Recent stories by Tim Lewis

KOMO 4 TV Stanford eases past short-handed Huskies, 84-74 Stanford eases past short-handed Huskies, 84-74
Two days after Washington dismissed 7-foot center Robert Upshaw for an unspecified team rules violation the Huskies clearly were not prepared to face Stanford Wednesday night.
KOMO 4 TV No. 12 Utah snaps Huskies winning streak, 77-56 No. 12 Utah snaps Huskies winning streak, 77-56
Utah players always try to find the best shot on every possession. That's why the Utes lead the Pac-12 in shooting and rank second in 3-point field-goal percentage and scoring.
KOMO 4 TV No. 3 Gonzaga eases past Pacific 91-60 No. 3 Gonzaga eases past Pacific 91-60
Przemek Karnowski and Kentridge High School product Gary Bell Jr. each scored 13 points as No. 3 Gonzaga routed Pacific 91-60 on Saturday night, extending the nation's longest home winning streak to 36 games.
KOMO 4 TV Flora leads Seattle past New Mexico St. 58-52
Bremerton High School product Jarell Flora scored 16 points and William Powell added 14 more as Seattle held off New Mexico State, 58-52 in a Western Athletic Conference battle Saturday night.
KOMO 4 TV NFC Championship: Is Rodgers scared of Sherman? NFC Championship: Is Rodgers scared of Sherman?
When the Seahawks and Packers met in the season opener on Sept. 4, Aaron Rodgers didn't target Richard Sherman once. How will the star quarterback approach the All-Pro cornerback in the NFC Championship?
KOMO 4 TV No. 3 Gonzaga beats Loyola Marymount 72-55 No. 3 Gonzaga beats Loyola Marymount 72-55
Kentridge High School product Gary Bell Jr. broke out of a three-game single-digit scoring slump, and Gonzaga turned it up on the defensive end to complete a weekend sweep in Los Angeles.
KOMO 4 TV Seahawks rookie Richardson out with torn ACL Seahawks rookie Richardson out with torn ACL
Rookie wide receiver Paul Richardson will miss the rest of the playoffs for the Seattle Seahawks after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.
KOMO 4 TV Washington St. holds of late Washington surge, 80-77 Washington St. holds of late Washington surge, 80-77
Curtis High School product DaVonte Lacy hit six straight free throws down the stretch and finished with 25 points as Washington State held off a late Washington surge to earn an 80-77 win on Saturday.